The Abercrombie & Fitch board announced that Michael Jeffries is retiring immediately.
Neiman Marcus Group swung to a first-quarter profit of $196,000, up from last year’s $13.1 million loss.
HBC has named Ian Putnam EVP and chief corporate development officer, making formal a relationship the company has had with him since 2008.
Bread & Butter founder Karl-Heinz Müller posted a statement on the Bread & Butter website announcing that the January show in Berlin is officially canceled.
Fresh Neck, the neckwear subscription rental service that’s been called “Netflix for ties” is adding watches to its growing roster of accessories.
Delia’s, the young women’s retailer with about 95 stores and an increasingly outmoded catalog business, will closed all stores.
Net-a-Porter has hired former Lane Crawford fashion director Sarah Rutson as VP of global buying.
Bread & Butter’s founder and CEO Karl-Heinz Müller has sent a letter to exhibitors saying that the January show in Berlin might go on.
European and American fashion press can’t get a straight answer from Berlin’s Bread & Butter about the January show.